Directory of Science - All about Science

Tuesday, 24 April, 2018

search

for
Directories
 
 
 
 Recent Listings
  International Healthcare Research Journal
  Journal of Postharvest Technology
  Journal of Signal Processing and Wireless Networks
  International Journal of Engineering Science Technology And Research (IJESTR)
  European Chemistry Conference
  LearnDataSci
  Science Access
  2018 2nd International Conference on Energy Science and Electrical Engineering(ICESEE 2018)
  IJIRAE:: International Journal of Innovative Research in Advanced Engineering
  Global Summit & Expo on Nanotechnology and Material Science
 
Category:  Science » Physics » Relativity » Special Relativity UPDATE URL | REPORT BROKEN LINK

E = mc^2 With Worked Examples

Popularity:    Hit: 1322 | Visit: 44
Details
Albert Einstein published his Special Theory of Relativity in 1905 and in doing so discovered that mass and energy are actually the same thing, with one a tightly compressed manifestation of the other. This mass-energy equivalence has had a major impact on all our lives, although how and why isn't always obvious. The purpose of these pages is to try to relate E = mc2 in a clear, concise and understandable way with easily followed worked examples, and with further pages examining the special theory of relativity in order to describe its background. While relativity has a reputation for being difficult much of it can be understood by anyone.
URL: http://www.emc2-explained.info/
Title: E = mc^2 Explained with Worked Examples
Image:
Description:

The purpose of these pages is to try to relate E = mc2 in a clear, concise and understandable way with easily followed worked examples, and with further pages examining the special theory of relativity in order to describe its background. While relativity has a reputation for being difficult much of it can be understood by anyone.

Category: Units - Decay - Fission - Solvingf - Deriving - Fusion And Special Relativity - E = Mc^2 Explained With Worked Examples


Related sites

© 2015 Directory of Science. All Rights Reserved